overload[ō′vər lōd′; also, and for n.always, ō′vər lōd′]
overload definition by Webster's New World
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to put too great a load in or on
too great a load
overload definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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transitive verb o·ver·load·ed, o·ver·load·ing, o·ver·loads
To load too heavily.noun
An excessive load.